Inter Milan have made an offer for Luka Modric, currently a Real Madrid player, which appears difficult for the midfielder to turn down. According to information from Italian newspaper 'Il Corriere dello Sport', Inter's offer doesn't only include an option to play in Italy - but a guarantee of a money-spinning move at the end of his contract.
The outlet states that Inter will hand Modric a four-year deal with the Italian giants. However, if Modric doesn't sign a new deal after those four years, they'll offer him the chance to retire in China with Jiangsu Suning. That Chinese Super League side is owned by the same people who control Inter Milan (70% shareholders). This extra is Inter's plan to offset any potential contract offer which Real Madrid might hand Modric in response to their interest in the Croatian international.
At the moment that's the offer on the table and it's up to Modric to speak with Florentino Perez if he wants to force a move away from Real Madrid.